Best of the blogs: remote working, the role of the private sector in deliving non-profit services, improving fundraising and the High Court's judgment on the Health Lottery

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

The Olympic Games has taught charities that remote working can be efficient and beneficial to employees alongside other options, says Miles Maier, an IT strategy consultant for the advice charity Lasa. 

Read Maier’s blog

Many people are concerned about the role of the private sector in delivering non-profit services, but Tom Levitt, a third sector consultant, questions whether they should be.

Read Levitt’s blog

Reuben Turner, creative director of the Good Agency, suggests that we can improve our fundraising if we take time to think about our least favourite causes by putting ourselves in the shoes of someone who’s not like us at all.

Read Reuben’s blog

The government needs to act now on lottery law, as the potential for other competitors to the National Lottery to enter the market and give less to charity has now increased after the High Court’s judgment on the Health Lottery, says Sir Stephen Bubb.

Read Bubb’s blog

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